- Town Loggia
Built in the 14th century, the town Loggia is located on the main town square. It was first mentioned in 1311, and got its final shape in the 15th century, during the Renaissance period. In the past it was a multi-use facility – a courtroom, shelter and a meeting place. The columns supporting the roof are of different origin and stylistic features. Above the court tables are Renaissance reliefs, emblems, statues and Latin inscriptions. What is particularly interesting is the relief of St. John, the bishop of Trogir, holding the city in his hand, as well as the relief of St. Lawrence and the allegory of Justice with scales, which is the work of Nikola Firentinac. The relief on the south wall depicting the Croatian viceroy (ban) Peter Berislavić, who was a hero from the Turkish and Venetian wars, is the work of Ivan Meštrović.
Category: Other attractions, Old town,
Ivana Pavla II Square, Trogir 21220
43.516727, 016.251072 (43°31’00.2″N, 016°15’03.9″E)
GPS coordinates: 43.516727, 016.251072 (43°31’00.2″N, 016°15’03.9″E)
Address: Ivana Pavla II Square, Trogir 21220
The City Lodge is located in the old town of Trogir, at the John Paul II Square, next to the Cathedral of St. Lawrence.
If you are driving with a car, show this translation to the taxi driver:
Molim Vas da me odvezete do Gradske lože koja se nalazi u starom dijelu grada Trogira, na Trgu Ivana Pavla II, odmah do katedrale sv. Lovre. Hvala!
You must also show to the taxi driver that he must turn on the taximeter:
Molim Vas uključite taksimetar. Hvala!
Please can you tell me how to find this sight:
Molim Vas da me uputite prema Gradskoj loži koja se nalazi u starom dijelu grada Trogira, na Trgu Ivana Pavla II, odmah do katedrale sv. Lovre. Hvala!
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